In my day lagging the golf club was the Holy Grail of golf. But these days there is a disruption to this belief with motion sensing technologies (Google -Gears Golf) in our corner we’re seeing a clearer picture of what the greats are really doing and it has to do with the speed of the handle verses the speed of the club head in the forward swing.
Some golfers are handle draggers (over lag) and some golfers throw the club head too early. If you hit the ball low, love low chip and runs and shots from the ground you’re most likely a “handle dragger” (you have plenty of lag). If on the other hand you hit the ball high and love to hit flop shots and like driving the ball you probably throw the club plenty early and probably hate playing in the wind, hitting out of rough and shots from the ground with most clubs.
This exercise demonstrated by PGA pro Kris Moe is a simple exercise for the handle draggers or over laggers. This will help you hit the ball higher since it forces your spine to stay more perpendicular and you’ll feel inclined to throw earlier causing a wider swing arc for shallower divots and more loft angle through impact for higher shots with any club you hit.
After you get the feeling of the wider swing practice hitting with your feet together and see how it goes then progressively widen your feet as you gain more confidence in the action.
For more tips for better golf look through more of Kris’ videos also for the techies out there check out Gear Golf on Google they have a bunch of enlightening videos in what they discovering. Even better find a pro in your neighborhood who has one since they are on the “cutting edge” of what’s happening in golf’s biomechanics.
You can visit Kris Moe’s golf school in Napa to learn more about how to improve your biomechanics and how to play golf in general with coaching on technique, the mental side and improved fitness for the game. www.bestgolfschool.net or www.krismoegolfschool.com
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World of Golf Top Tips 27 – Hit the golf ball further, launch a high ball with little spin and maximise your distance – Mark Norton, we aim to provide the best driving ranges in the UK with first class facilities and excellent tuition. Visit www.worldofgolf.co.uk
What’s the difference between all-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive?
4WD is not on all the time, under normal conditions, only the rear wheels drive the vehicle forward, while the front wheels spin freely. To activate a modern four-wheel drive system, the driver has to push a button or pull a lever to engage it. But four-wheel drive isn’t meant to be on all the time so you have to know when to turn it on and when to turn it off.
AWD is on all the time, and mostly used in cars, and the computer manages the system. Just going down the highway, the system will send most of the power to the rear wheels, for maximum fuel efficiency, if the road condition changes, such as rain or snow, the system adapts and evenly distributes the power evenly to all 4 wheels, so you have maximum drive grip, with little to no chance of wheel spin.
2WD Cars are less complex than those with AWD or 4WD, and their simpler drivetrains mean improved fuel economy in the long run.
In general, cars equipped with 2-wheel drive get better gas mileage than models that use all-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive.
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This video starts out by asking the question: what did we do before real-time data? How did we get anywhere? Before real-time data, if we got lost driving we had to stop and ask for directions. Or use a paper map, which never folded correctly once you opened it.
Before real-time data, there were GPS maps, which you had to download. It was better than paper maps, but the data needed to be updated frequently. But what if 50% of the maps you relied on were wrong?
That’s what provider data looks like today. Health plans rely on updates that come through manual processes and portals, which leads to data errors. These errors then get replicated to every health plan the provider works with.
Provider data changes in real time, but your data does not.
The video then segues to the fact that Availity works with every health plan and nearly a million of providers, engaging them in their workflow. Availity monitors billions of transactions in real time and are the first to see when data changes. Anomalies are presented to providers so they can validate the information and send updates to all of their contracted health plans.
The video then summarizes with: Good data drives great decisions, cleaner claims, and better provider/payer collaboration.
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In this comparison video we take a look at the Dirt rally Alpha on steam and compare it to the rather old Richard Burns Rally !
With Dirt rally coming out of the blue the big question for many rally simulator fans is does it handle more realistically, more enjoyably and more excitingly than RBR ?
For now I still think RBR pips Dirt rally when it comes to how involving the game is to play, having said that Dirt Rally genuinely looks very exciting and with the title still in development its going to be interesting to see how it matures.
Dirt Rally is easily the best rally game released since RBR with
Codemasters moving away from the DUDE BRO voice overs and over the top 3D menus systems. Instead going for something far more functional and appealing to those that just want to get down and dirty driving a rally car.
Most notable handling differences, generalized across all the cars and all road situations 😉
– Dirt Feels more stable and planted than RBR
– Dirt requires more effort from the driver to get the back end out
– It seems as if there is all round more grip in Dirt Rally
– RBR In general is far more twitchy than dirt with cars easier to slide
– Grip loss seems more linear and subtle in RBR than Dirt
– Locking up wheels and Feel for grip is more transparent in RBR right now
– Hand brake turns far more progressive in RBR
– Drifts and long slides to me seem far more controlable in RBR Dirt the cars seem happier when not in a slide.
– The cars tend to pivot more on there center in Dirt rather than around there wheel base.
Its worth reiterating that Dirt rally is still in development with Codemasters actively looking for feed back (
All said and done Dirt Rally is already a really fun game to play so if you like rally driving make sure to check it out and of course we will be following it as it matures so don’t forget to subscribe to us on the following links.
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Have you ever heard the phrase “garbage in, garbage out?” This is especially true in the world of analytics. Reporting and analyses are only as good as the data upon which they are based.
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Is it glory? Making birdies? Impressing your friends? In golf, you can’t be perfect. But you can be better. You can swing better, drive better, chip better, putt better. With the power of data, every single one of us can play better. And getting better? That’s perfect. What drives you?